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Soccer Chick Rules

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  120 ratings  ·  22 reviews
If the levy doesn't pass, there will be no buses for away-games, no uniforms, no teams. Tess plans to follow her own rules for soccer chicks. Soccer Chick Rule Number 3--Always support your teammates! But when real life doesn't offer a slam-dunk ending, Tess realizes there may be something to learn from Soccer Chick Rule Number 7--Never, ever give up! Action-packed sports...more
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published September 5th 2006 by Roaring Brook Press
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Carolyn V
This book is good for someone who enjoys soccer and intense friendships.
Ms. Yingling
Tess prefers sports to school, so when her school district is in danger of cutting sports if the levy fails, she decides to try to sway her neighbors into voting for the schools. She realizes that it is hard for some of her neighbors financially to do this, but she doesn't understand when a family with children in a private school are so opposed to the levy. School and soccer go on while the levy is approaching, and Tess and her friends manage to have a lot of adventures and to get into a little...more
Nov 24, 2008 Kate marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Tess Munro's life is all about soccer. When she hears that all the sports at her school will be cut unless the community votes for a tax levy, there is nothing Tess won't do to get the votes, including joining forces with a cheerleader. While fighting to save soccer, Tess still has to focus on her homework and the current soccer season. Will all of Tess' hard work pay off? Or will this be her last season of soccer?
Tess is a sports junkie playing soccer, basketball and softball. When the school district threatens to cut sports and busing among other things if a levy doesn't pass, Tess gets involved to try to pass the levy. The book is a great read about her life trying to win her soccer games and pass the levy. Good read for all middle school students.
This book was ok. I read it in like two days, so it's a pretty easy read. I'd say it's more for middle schoolers. Although the girl is in middle school and reading to kill a mockingbird when I read that at the end of my junior year in high school so that was kind of weird. I didn't think a middle schooler would even understand it.
Soccer chicks rules by:Dawn Fitzgerald .Soccer chicks rules is realist fiction.If the levy don't pass there will be no sports.Tess Munro lives for team sports.Tess will put up with the cheer leaders wacky plan, for signs to be put up in other people yards( with permeation ). Tess plans to follow her own rules for soccer chicks.
Lindsey T
It was a really great book. If you're a girl that loves sports specifically soccer then this is the one for you or if you don't do sports,but you just like competitions then this the one you've been looking for. It's a pretty short book only about 150 pages so it's not Harry Potter and the order of the Phoniex long
I feel kind of bad giving this book only two stars, but I have reasons. There were some crude references, and in the middle somewhere it goes too far with immature middle-school boys. As well as the personality of some of the characters. Although for some parts it was spunky and fun, I couldn't finish it.
This book is awesome I can read it millions of times!!! Especially because it tells you hoew 7th grade is like and that gives me ideas for next year and because it's a book of "not giving up but you have to keep on trying
I just read this book-- the librarian recommended it to me, and she was right! It was pretty good. I was just gonna read it for a book report but i loved it, so i finished it in a day! please read
I loved the plot of this book! It was a really fun and not too predictable one. The only think that stops me from rating it five stars is that it's not very good description.
This was a good read I thought many young girls would connect with. I thought the characters of Julia and Bo were a bit too exaggerated. The main character was easy to like.
This was a good book that I easily read in an hour. Though it's about soccer (A sport I L-O-V-E!) I feel it could have been written better.
This book is one of my favorites! I really connected with Tess, we both are attached to soccer!
A book for girls who love soccer. However, it wasn't very interesting or well-written.
this book wasnt bad....but not my favorite! =(
i <3 soccer, so this book is perfect.
Whitney Thomas
very funny and it relates to real life
I thought this was a great book.
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I love soccer too!
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Dawn FitzGerald lives in Ohio with her husband and two children. She teaches high school English and—as Coach Fitz—coaches the girls’ varsity soccer team.
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